Gilat Announces Availability of Mobility-Ready Solution for On-the-Move Applications on Land, Sea and Air

 Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd., a worldwide leader in satellite networking technology, solutions and services, announced today the availability of its revolutionary mobility solution for its multi-application SkyEdge II-c platform. The comprehensive mobility feature-set supports unprecedented spectral efficiency and availability while delivering throughput of up to 400Mbps.  Gilat’s multi-application platform powered …

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Galaxybackbone nominated for 2017 NIRA awards

Nigeria’s Internet Registration Association (NIRA) has unveiled the nominees for this year’s edition of the NIRA Awards, again nominating Galaxy Backbone Ltd, in different categories of the awards. In 2016, Galaxy won two awards namely the Best Hosting Company and Best Domain Name Registrar. In a letter to Galaxy Backbone …

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How satellite can deliver broadband connectivity in Africa

From Saharan deserts to mountains or jungles, the portability and easy implementation of VSAT systems can bring affordable satellite connectivity to virtually any region of Africa, bringing communities to mobile Internet information, according to Majdi Atout, regional vice president for Middle East and Africa, iDirect   In the last several …

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Morocco is getting ahead in the world of ICT

Moroccan government has taken steps to create a fertile ICT environment, despite political unrest and increasing unemployment in the saturated IT sector.   MOROCCAN KING MOHAMMED VI huge investment in Communications Technologies may have unlocked new potential in other sectors of the economy. In fact, when one speaks with Moroccan …

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With satellite filing, NCC redefines regulatory compliance

As a regulatory agency, the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, have a well-functioning office that provides the required technical and administrative support to its decision making, bringing out background, key issues, possible options for addressing the issues and proposed recommendations. All cases put before the regulatory authority/agency for consideration, deliberations and …

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Criminals go back to Internet

The cyber conflict age has begun, as it is natural for those hostile to any particular group to include cyber at key points in their plans, including debilitating entire systems, says Chris C. Demchak, a professor of strategy at the US Naval War College.   While the popularity of social …

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Africa: How to unmask cybercriminals

Sadly, in Africa, there is still a significant mismatch between the skills of the criminals who commit high-technology crimes and the resources available to the law-enforcement and justice authorities to prosecute them as the use of computer technologies by those in authorities remains weak, and varies greatly from one country …

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ehealth: the future still bright for Africa

Dr Shima K Gyoh   Several years ago, I was on a small team that visited various colleges of medicine in the USA to study their methods of teaching. The University of Texas, Galveston branch educated the team on the use of telemedicine. Texas is a vast state, and the …

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